Monday, May 21, 2012

My Take on ......*Bistro Ravioli*

Ravioli is a kind of pasta filled with cheese or meat simmered in broth or smothered with sauce.  My love for food is my way of trying different dish.  Italian is one of my favorite cuisines next to Japanese and Vietnamese.  Had late lunch at Bistro Ravioli the other day, I have been craving ravioli for quite a while.  Ravioli started as a kiosk in Ortigas to cater for hungry mall goers, became an instant hit for the fresh pasta they’re serving and eventually opened up a branch and called Bistro Ravioli.

There is a big difference between fresh and dried pasta in terms of taste and texture.  Fresh pasta is softer and it absorbs most of the sauce and it requires less cooking time.

Italian Sausage Ravioli in Romesco Sauce  Php 210.00

Pasta filled with Italian Sausage with a tangy romesco sauce.  Romesco originated from Spain using nuts, bell peppers, olive oil, roasted garlic, onion, tomato and herbs. I love my tomato based sauce tangy rather than sweet (which is the Filipino style).  The dough is al dente and they do not skimp on the filling.   

Salmon Ravioli in Saffron Cream Sauce  Php 210.00

Salmon filled pasta with the velvety saffron sauce.  Bistro Ravioli only use the finest ingredients. The grilled foccacia bread served with the pasta is so soft and delish, dipped in the creamy sauce and it is an absolute yum-oh-yum.

Rosticciana  Php 390.00

An Italian-style ribs, their ribs is so tender and moist, the flavor reminds me of Rack’s ribs.

Eating freshly made pasta with a very affordable price is a bonus.  Add the very nice staff and fast service.  And I like the interior of the resto, very hip and modern.

Over all Experience:

Super Duper Okei  =) =) =) (Price, Food, Atmosphere, Service, Cleanliness)

Location: 2nd Flr. Midtown Wing, Robinsons Place Ermita
Tel No.: 804-0577

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